Who said the French get the monopoly on baguettes? Where they might excel in carbs, your website can excel in appetizing visual displays that make visitors want to consume your content even more.
Visuals play a massive role in your website, especially if your website's success weighs heavily on images. However, images are some of the biggest culprits in slowing down a website.
Lightbox plugins are all, generally, pretty big in their code base. However, this one is significantly more streamlined. Want to tap into another easy way to show off your handiwork? This tutorial will walk you through it:
We're big fans of lightweight modules, and the CSS below shows that. You really only need one class to format your display images:
The best part of Baguette Box? With the master include, you can initialize the lightboxes by simply targeting the overriding container:
Want to see how this functionality could look on your site before you invest the time in coding? Try it out first in the JSFiddle below! Don't forget to adjust the browser window at a variety of sizes to see exactly how the website responds in mobile format!